VisualGDB with Windows 10 (Anniversary Update) Linux support

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  • #8888

    robinwatts
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    So, the Windows 10 Anniversary Update includes the ability to run linux usermode programs on Windows. This means we can run gcc and gdb direct on the Windows box. Supposedly if we run Xming we can even run X apps too.

    Has anyone tried using VisualGDB to connect to the local linux system to do debugging? I don’t think the local system runs an SSH server by default…

    Robin

    #8899

    support
    Keymaster

    We are looking into that and will publish a tutorial on this once we get it to work reliably.

    #9271

    richfmtl
    Participant

    Has there been any update to this?

    thanks,

    rich

    #9274

    support
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    Yes, we have investigated this. We will be adding a separate wizard option to create projects for the Win10 Linux subsystem in the final v5.2. We would expect to release it in the next 2-3 weeks.

    #9359

    support
    Keymaster

    OK, we have added support for this to VisualGDB 5.2 Beta 4.

    You can find a detailed tutorial here: http://visualgdb.com/tutorials/linux/win10/

    #9360

    richfmtl
    Participant

    thanks

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